East Africa Law Society
|Motto||"Rule of Law and Justice for all in an Integrated East African Region"|
|Purpose||Rule of Law and Justice for all in an Integrated East African Region|
|Headquarters||EALS House, Plot No. 310/19, PPF AGM Area, PPF Road off Njiro Road, Arusha, Tanzania|
|Over 17,000 members|
|Ms Sarah Mhamilawa|
|Ms Asmahaney Saad|
Deputy Secretary General
|Annual General Meeting|
|Affiliations||International Bar Association|
The East Africa Law Society (EALS) is the regional Bar Association of East Africa formed in 1995 and incorporated in Tanzania. The EALS has over 17,000 individual members, and also has seven national Bar associations as members: Law Society of Kenya, Tanganyika Law Society, Uganda Law Society, Zanzibar Law Society, Rwanda Bar Association and Burundi Bar Association.The South Sudan Bar Association is the latest Bar Association to join the Society following South Sudan’s acceptance as a member of the East African Community.
The East Africa Law Society works to promote good governance and the rule of law in the East African region and enjoys formal Observer Status with the East African Community and the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights. EALS is also a member of the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect under which leaders of every country solemnly promise to protect their people from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and crimes against humanity.
EALS' top decision-making organ is the Annual General Meeting  held annually at which legal professionals come together to review the previous year's developments and to chart a way forward for the year ahead.
- "Tanganyika Law Society - Law Association". tls.or.tz.
- http://rwandabar.org/rba/default.aspx[permanent dead link]
- "About". East Africa Law Society. Retrieved 11 January 2019.